Wu Wenguang and the Folk Memory Project
Friday 31 May 2019, 2pm-7pm
Venue: 50 George Square, G.04 Screening Room
This event is free, but booking is essential. To book, please click HERE.
Knocking on Memory’s Door with the Video Camera. A handful of people took video cameras and went back to their respective villages. They went in search of ... Read more
Registration is now open for the May HSK and HSKK Exam Diet. The registration deadline for the offline HSK exams and HSKK exams is Thursday 11 April. The HSK online exam has a later deadline of Thursday 25 April 2019.
For more information on the HSK and HSKK and to register please visit our main HSK page here.
HSK 2 Revision and Practice is to support those learners who are preparing for the HSK 2 test. Learners will have a total of 15 direct contact hours over the period of two weeks. This course is composed of three parts – mock tests, revision and practice. In this course, learners will have the ... Read more
Join us for the second lecture in our 2019 Distinguished Lecture Series when Professor Chen Zhi will give his lecture on Newly discovered bronze inscriptions of the late Shang and early Zhou dynasties and their significance for our understanding of early Chinese culture and classics
Chinese Bronze inscriptions first appeared in the Shang dynasty (17th-11th century B.C.); ... Read more
HSK 3 Revision and Practice is to support those learners who are preparing for the HSK 3 test. Learners will have a total of 15 direct contact hours over the period of two weeks. This course is composed of three parts – mock tests, revision and practice. In this course, learners will have the ... Read more
Please note that our office will be closed on Friday 19 April. The offices will re-open on Monday 22 April when our Spring term starts.
We look forward to welcoming our students back from next Monday 22 April.
Join us for our first distinguished lecture this year on Thursday 28 March to hear from Professor Zhang Jun, Dean of the School of Economics, Fudan University.
China’s Economic Catch-up: Is This a Merited Success?
China has been progressing well in its structural transformation and integration of its economy with the rest of the world. This has resulted in a substantial ... Read more
We are honoured to have Chen Liming, Chair of IBM Greater China and Honorary Professor of the University of Edinburgh to open this year’s Business Lecture Series – Belt & Road Initiative.
As developing countries industrialize, they can learn from the experience of other countries and implement high-tech solutions to ensure a more efficient, sustainable, and ... Read more